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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by Rustychain on Today at 06:07:12 AM »
This table shows UK state pension age, if that helps. It may not be relevant to Levi's question, but here it is anyway!

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/310231/spa-timetable.pdf
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by levissima on Yesterday at 08:38:28 PM »
Thanks everyone
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by GeordieBorn on Yesterday at 08:03:03 PM »
Does anyone know if you must apply or if health care is automatically free after you reach 65?
I suspect (if you have an S1), you need to get a form E01 from the ASL. Just asked someone who has done so and they were told the form (E01) is then to be shown each time you need treatment and you get it free.
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by PJM on Yesterday at 10:50:56 AM »
65 ?  retirement age is not 65 in the Uk for people  born after around 1955 s . It's  66 + now and will probably rise.
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Re: Free health care after 65
« Last post by Berti on Yesterday at 10:09:19 AM »
If you receive state pension from UK you can request your S1form from UK gov. once received take it to commune to register, only if you are resident here..... This is whilst we are still in EU not sure what will happen after Brexit
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Doctors, dentists, hospitals / Free health care after 65
« Last post by levissima on Yesterday at 09:40:54 AM »
Does anyone know if you must apply or if health care is automatically free after you reach 65?
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Telephone / Re: Unwanted 'services a pagamento'
« Last post by Article on October 14, 2018, 09:45:58 PM »
Yeah, wind will do that.
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Telephone / Unwanted 'services a pagamento'
« Last post by Relaxed on October 14, 2018, 01:08:08 PM »
I discovered that two 'services' which I had not authorised were draining my Vodafone credit.
Some outfit calling itself Mobbyworld (which appeared on the 'bill' as "Funworld") and something else called Polygon had drained more than 20  Euros from my credit in six days.
I had a look on Google, and on Twitter, and found mentions of this Mobbyworld scam - but the mentions were more than a year old.
Anyway, I got onto Vodafone, and they re-credited my account (effectively they returned the money) without question, and they permanently blocked my number from any servizi a pagamento.
It might be worth having a look regularly to see if your account is suffering from these scams, and also asking your provider to permanently block any such services.
I have no idea how they gained access to my number - it started on the day on which I had (probably for the first time ever) texted and also What's Apped an American number (of a perfectly innocent American visitor). That may be coincidence, but I certainly didn't do any clicking on any game site or the like.
My supplier is Vodafone, but the complaints on the web from a year ago also mentioned Wind.
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General Discussion / Something for the weekend!
« Last post by rometony on October 13, 2018, 11:05:14 PM »


Apparently this is a weekend of tourism in Italy.
Zingarate.com

Sorry, but I only just found out about it
Maybe you can find an option for your area tomorrow.
T
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General Discussion / Re: Buying Olive Wood
« Last post by GeordieBorn on October 11, 2018, 11:28:15 PM »
For clarification
Is a quintal 100kg?
V.
Yes, in Italy it is..
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